Bob and I made a last-minute itinerary for a southern trip after we saw some really cold weather heading to us in Indianapolis. Because we hadn’t planned ahead, and didn’t have a destination campground, we utilized one of our favorite websites, hosted by the...read more
San Juan National Forest, Anvil Campground along Mineral Creek. We had the entire campground to ourselves for enough time to fly the drone! Vera even dipped into the creek for the camera.
*NEW PODCAST* Way Out West
Bob and Becky Kevoian spend this time filling you in on their long June Bug trip to California. They talk about the sights, the drives, and the laughs they enjoyed along the way. This country is big and feels even bigger Way Out West!
One of the most delightful things about not making firm reservations is our ability to change plans at the drop of a hat. We left the Columbia River area and drove down to Bend, Oregon so we could take a quick day trip to see Crater Lake. The weather was beginning to...read more
All those days of boondocking along the Lochsa River meant we were ready for a night of full hookups, so we stopped at Hells Canyon RV Park in Clarkston, Washington to do laundry, clean house, and pay bills. The concrete pads and full hookups at this city RV park felt...read more
Our original timeline did not include a scenic drive through Idaho, but after reading Just5MoreMinutes.com and her experience along the Lochsa River (pronounced Lock-Saw), we modified our plans and found a truly memorable place. It’s not far from Flathead Lake to the...read more
Because we had “locals” to show us around Glacier and the surrounding area, we were able to experience something not many people have ever done. It was a day we won’t forget! North Fork of the Flathead River The North Fork of the Flathead River has a campground that...read more
Whenever I have a quiet moment on this trip, I’ve been reading John Steinbeck’s Travels With Charley, about his journey across and through the United States, camping with his dog, Charley. Steinbeck said it better than I ever could: “The next passage in my journey is...read more
Yellowstone was not a primary destination for this trip, but we’re glad we took the time to make a drive through. I’m sure if we had stayed for several days and camped nearby, we would have had an even better time. As it was, we drove slowly through the park and...read more